Transforming an unused patch with a garden room

We’ve all got areas in our garden that are unused and unloved, but they would make the perfect location for a garden room, as was the case for a recent eDEN Garden Rooms client.


eDEN Garden Rooms explain the project:

Garden rooms are a great way to turn an un used area of the garden into a multi-functional space which adds visual appeal to the garden AND has practical use too.  This latest garden studio from eDEN Garden Rooms is located at the bottom of a terraced garden, which has a steep decline. This type of garden can be difficult to make use of and is always a building challenge!  eDEN were commissioned to dig out the area, retain the earth and create a level position for the bespoke garden room.  Working together, eDEN and their customer designed a great space which fitted perfectly into the awkward garden shape.  Just shows what great ideas and good design can create. The garden studio is broken into two rooms, one small room with a window, to be used for sewing and other creative pastimes and the other room is equipped with a sofa and TV for relaxing whilst viewing the beautifully planted garden.


Aluminium bi-fold doors (which are zero maintenance) add style and light to the room.  Fitted as standard;  underfloor heating , real engineered oak flooring, brushed stainless steel electrical fittings and plastered and painted inside.  Red Cedar Wood and aluminium fascias create the contemporary and stylish finish. eDEN Garden Rooms specialise in the design and construction of high quality garden rooms, designed to specifically meet the demands of the garden and the needs of the customer.


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